- Cepsa continues to expand partnerships as part of its commitment to the energy transition and aviation sustainability
- The agreement includes the development and production of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) from circular raw materials and other energy alternatives, such as renewable hydrogen and electrification
- Sustainable fuels reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80% compared to traditional fuels
The alliance also contemplates the development of new energy alternatives such as renewable hydrogen and electrification for Air Nostrum's ground fleets, including supply vehicles, baggage handling, and aircraft assistance, among others.
Following the signing of the agreement in Valencia, Carlos Barrasa, Cepsa's Director of Commercial & Clean Energies, said: